"Learn Your Place", the new video from Columbus, Ohio's metalcore act LIKE MOTHS TO FLAMES, can be seen below. In the clip, the band takes us out into the woods for the video and continue to yell at scream at the top of their lungs, in typical band fashion. The song can be found on the deluxe reissue of the group's debut album, "When We Don't Exist", which was released in November via Rise Records.
LIKE MOTHS TO FLAMES last year wrapped a series of dates with THE WORD ALIVE and has toured with the likes of D.R.U.G.S., TEXAS IN JULY, HIT THE LIGHTS and SPARKS THE RESCUE. In addition, the band joined MISS MAY I on The AP Tour along with THE GHOST INSIDE, THE AMITY AFFLICTION and GLASS CLOUD.
"When We Don't Exist" deluxe edition track listing:
01. Learn Your Place (new song)
02. Shapeshifter (new song)
03. The Worst In Me 04. GNF 05. No Hope 06. You Won't Be Missed 07. Faithless Living 08. Your Existence 09. Trophy Child 10. My Own Grave 11. Something to Live For 12. Real Talk 13. Praise Feeder
LIKE MOTHS TO FLAMES is:
Chris Roetter - Vocals
Aaron Evans - Bass
Zach Huston - Guitar
Eli Ford - Guitar
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